Greenville Maternity Photos with Peach Tree Blooms



These beautiful Greenville maternity photos were taken with the brief but gorgeous peach tree blooms.  This orchard is located in Greer and is so easily accessible for Greenville photography clients.  The soft pink blooms typically show off their beauty in February-March.  I adored this location so much that I plan to offer sessions here seasonly every year!

While we were shooting this session, I just kept seeing the final product in my mind.  I envision a big frame on the wall to forever cherish the miracle of pregnancy.  The peach tree blooms have a lovely but brief stay.  The same is true for expecting mothers.  While 9 months can feel so long while you are actually pregnant…in reality its a brief but beautiful season of waiting as you prepare to meet your baby.  It’s a time of sacrifice and growth.  It’s a pivotal moment just before everything in your life changes, and that deserves to be documented!

These Greenville maternity photos with the peach tree blooms deserve to be turned into artwork.  To forever be enjoyed on your wall. It would be a crime for these to die on a hard drive, hidden away and forgotten!  That’s why the final step in my experience is the MOST important.  That’s where we decide how you will forever enjoy your favorite portraits and we turn them into heirloom artwork.



Molly is a Greenville Maternity Photographer serving families with luxury level photography services including custom album and frame designs. Now offering portraits in the orchard with peach trees blooms seasonally (typically February-March).

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Meet Molly

Molly specializes in family & newborn photography in  Greenville, SC. A former teacher and mother of three, she is known for capturing the joy & love of families.  Photo sessions with Molly turn family memories into artwork for your home and for generations to come.